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Vladimir Putin will take part in the CSTO summit in Yerevan

18.11.2022 ТАСС 117 просмотров

Vladimir Putin will visit Yerevan next week to participate in the CSTO summit.

Russian President Vladimir Putin will personally take part in the summit of the Collective Security Treaty Organization (CSTO), which will be held on November 23 in Yerevan. This was announced to journalists on Friday by the press secretary of the Russian leader Dmitry Peskov, answering a question about the schedule of the head of state for the next week.

"There will be a trip to Armenia for the CSTO summit, there will be Russian-Cuban talks [in Moscow]," the Kremlin representative said.

According to him, "there will be other events."

CSTO Summit As previously reported in the CSTO secretariat, the leaders' meeting in Yerevan on November 23 will discuss issues of international and regional security, improving the organization's crisis response system and joint measures to assist Armenia.

In connection with the upcoming rotation from January 1, 2023, the Collective Security Council will consider the issue of the CSTO Secretary General, and President of Belarus Alexander Lukashenko will present the priorities of Minsk's chairmanship in the organization next year.

Before the summit, a joint meeting of the Council of Foreign Ministers, the Council of Defense Ministers and the Committee of Secretaries of the CSTO Security Councils will be held.

Visit of the President of Cuba Earlier, the plans of Cuban President Miguel Diaz-Canel to visit Russia, hold talks with Vladimir Putin and take part in the unveiling of a monument to Fidel Castro were reported at the Embassy of the republic in Moscow.

They added that the opening of the monument to the leader of the Cuban revolution will take place on November 22, the country's delegation will arrive in the Russian capital a couple of days earlier.

The Castro monument will be installed on the square of the same name in the Sokol district of Moscow.

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